John Cho to co-star in ABC’s ‘Selfie’

03.13.14 4 years ago

John Cho to co-star in ABC”s “Selfie”
The “Harold & Kumar” and “Star Trek” star will join “Doctor Who”s” Karen Gillan in the comedy pilot inspired by “My Fair Lady.”

Nickelodeon is launching the Kids' Choice Sports Awards, hosted by Michael Strahan
The inaugural July 17 awards show will also be produced by the “Live” star.

Ex-“Bachelorette” criticizes Chris Harrison”s handling of “Bachelor” Juan Pablo
Jillian Harris wrote on her blog yesterday, “I was disappointed in him,” referring to “The Bachelor” host, adding: “I felt awkward the whole time he interviewed Juan Pablo and didn't understand the strong and relentless emphasis on getting Juan to say that he was in love!” PLUS: Melissa Rycroft thanks Juan Pablo for being more controversial than Jason Mesnick, and John Mayer weighs in on Juan Pablo.

Another “Mad Men” airplane photo released
Check out Peggy, Harry, Michael, Stan and Ken boarding a plane.

Peter Dinklage: Tyrion “sort of reaches a breaking point” in “Game of Thrones” Season 4
“He comes to a point where it's difficult to have a sense of humor about his circumstances, and he really just wants the truth to be heard,” he tells Vanity Fair. “He reaches the point where he's very tired of all the lies. He become as non-characteristic of a Lannister as you can get.”

Rooster McConaughey, Matthew”s older brother, shows Jimmy Kimmel his “low hanging fruit”
Rooster, who”s 15 years older than Matthew McConaughey (and whose real name is “Michael”), paid an impromptu visit last night to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Austin.

Nick orders “Henry Danger,” “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” and “Bella and the Bullfrogs”
Crime-fighting comedy “Henry Danger” is from Nickelodeon king Dan Schneider.

Mindy Kaling to address Harvard Law School graduates
“The Mindy Project” star was selected as one of this year”s Class Day speakers.

Watch Benedict Cumberbatch photobomb U2 at the Oscars
Here”s video footage of the famous photo.

Movie trailer voiceover king Hal Douglas dies – he was also prolific on TV
Douglas, 89, also was the promotional voice of The WB, History Channel and A&E.

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